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Kaleidoscope adds Kormac, Orla Gartland, Sorcha Richardson & more new family tickets on sale

Kaleidoscope adds Kormac, Orla Gartland, Sorcha Richardson & more new family tickets on sale

Mike McGrath-Bryan

Having cleared out the introductory wave of family tickets within three minutes when they went on sale, kid-friendly Electric Picnic spinoff Kaleidoscope today announced the release of a limited number of additional three-day camping tickets (that’s two grown-ups and two under-18s).

Joining the likes of Bell X1, Le Galaxie, King Kong Company and Thumper over the course of the weekend with the latest artist announcement are mainstream names like Imelda May, Ryan Sheridan, and Sean & Conor Price, plus independent artists like Kormac, Orla Gartland, Sorcha Richardson and more.

  • Imelda May
  • Ryan Sheridan
  • Kormac
  • Sean & Conor Price
  • Ryan Mack
  • Josh Gray
  • Orla Gartland
  • Lisa McHugh
  • Somebody’s Child
  • Sorcha Richardson
  • Rothwell

Kaleidoscope Festival will provide three days of multimedia entertainment over sixteen stages, suitable for all ages and family members, at Russborough House in Blessington, from the 28th to the 30th June.

The new family weekend ticket, priced at €155.25 including booking fee will go on sale Friday 10th May 2019 at 9am. This new price is available to new purchases, as well as previous ticket-buyers.

For more info and help with availing of the new price, contact via the onsite ‘help chat’.

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